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NEWS: Muslim Nanny Who Beheaded Moscow Girl: ‘Kill My Children, I Don’t Need Them, They Don’t Read the Quran’

The Muslim nanny in Moscow who beheaded a 4-year-old girl claiming
that “Allah ordered” her to do it is now saying she wanted to avenge
Muslims being killed by Russian airstrikes in Syria.
“I took revenge against those who spilled blood,” 38-year-old Gulchekhra Bobokulova responded to a question outside of court, Reuters reported. “[Vladimir] Putin spilled blood, planes carried out bombings. Why are Muslims being killed? They also want to live.”
Bobokulova, who is a mother of three, also told reporters that she doesn’t need her children alive.
“You can kill them, I do not need them. They do not read the Quran,” she said, according to Newsweek, referring to the Islamic holy book.
woman, an Uzbekistan national who was working as a nanny for a Russian
family in Moscow, confessed to beheading their 4-year-old daughter and
carrying her severed head around the city before she was arrested and
taken into custody.
Video released of Bobokulova walking around a
metro station depicts her shouting phrases such as “Allahu Akbar” (God
is great) and “I am a terrorist.” She is also heard saying “I hate
democracy. I’m a terrorist. I’m your suicide bomber. … I’m going to die
in a second” and “The end of the world is coming in a second. … I’m your
The suspect is being evaluated for mental problems,
Russian authorities revealed, but when asked by journalists about her
motives, the nanny said she was ordered by Allah to carry out the crime.
latest comments on Russian airstrikes regard the ongoing civil war in
Syria, where the Islamic State terror group has taken significant
World powers, including Russia, have been carrying out
airstrikes in the country aimed at terror targets, but the Putin
administration has been accused by the U.S. and by monitoring groups of
not just targeting IS, but also other rebel groups, in a bid to aid the
regime of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.
Human rights groups,
such as the Syrian Network for Human Rights, accused Russia in a report
of killing at least 1,382 civilians in the month of January, which is
more than the number killed by either IS or Assad’s army.
affirms that government forces, its militias (Shabiha) and the Russian
forces have violated the principles of the human rights international
laws which protect the right to life,” the report states.
“All evidence and eyewitnesses’ testimonies prove that more than 90
percent of the wide and individual attacks targeted civilians and civil
Russia has denied wrongdoing in Syria, however, and when
asked about Bobokulova’s comments, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov
argued that she has mental issues.
“You need to regard anything that such a deranged woman says accordingly,” Peskov told reporters.
Russian police have said they are not yet treating the case as one of
terrorism, Bobokulova told reporters that she had plans to move to
Syria, but couldn’t afford it. She was also asked if she wanted to join
IS, to which she replied: “I don’t know. I wanted to live there.”
reports from Uzbekistan have said that she divorced her husband in 2002
and left her family, including her three sons, back home. Bobokulova
had apparently been admitted to a psychiatric ward, where she stayed for
two weeks.
A man claiming to be her father told the Russian news
site Gazeta that his daughter had never mentioned religion to him, and
had never went to the mosque in Uzbekistan. Bobokulova’s eldest son, who
is 19, was apparently detained by authorities after news of the killing
in Moscow, but the family were not told why.



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